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Bachelor of Science in Construction Management Facilities Management Emphasis



Our bachelor’s in facilities management, one of the only degrees of its kind in the
Western United States, prepares you for senior-level management positions.

Prerequisite Flowchart (pdf) Course Requirements Scholarships


What You’ll Learn

  • Efficiency of operations and maintenance: less waste of time and materials
  • Reducing downtime of mission-critical assets
  • Avoiding loss of revenues and improving/appropriating response to critical emergencies
  • Developing an emergency management plan addressing mitigation, preparation and response, while leading the way to business recovery
  • Extending life expectancy of equipment and buildings, reduced long-term costs
  • Short- and long-range budget planning
  • Addressing long-term facility and leased property needs
  • Effective capital planning and prioritization of projects
  • Effective communication with customers, internal and external
  • Reducing turnover of staff for lower training costs and workers compensation charges
  • Developing a long-term facility plan integrated into the organization’s long-term strategies

Employment Opportunities

The need for qualified graduates in facilities management is growing internationally as senior facility managers are retiring and not enough qualified candidates exist to fill the vacancies. On-the-job experience alone is no longer sufficient to fill these positions. 

Our graduates have gone on to careers in:

  • Local, state and federal agencies
  • Higher and public education
  • Healthcare
  • And more

Job Opportunities



Declare Your Major

To declare your major, contact CM department secretary Andrea Stuart at 801-395-3427 or



CM Advising

Chris Soelberg
Program Coordinator


General Education Advising

Rainie Ingram
EAST Academic Advisor